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Mapped drive access denied every time I restart

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This is for one of my users on our Windows 2008 network. We have to domains x.local and Y.corp on our LAN. Users are created on Y.corp and there's two way interdomain trust. users have access to a shared folder SF1 on the X.local domain controller. Whenever the user restarts his computer, he gets an access denied message when he tries to access SF1. If I disconnect shared folder SF1 from his computer and remap it, he gets access rightaway.

This problem only affects one user. All other users are fine.
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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What ID is used to login into the server ? and Which ID was used to Map the network drive ?

They both have to be the same to work without any issues

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Some logon script was remapping the mapped drive every time the computer was restarted. I removed the logon script and that was fixed. Thanks for the comment Rancy.
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for bobox00's comment #a38835711

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I provided the answer.
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Dont mind but thats the same query i gave and should be awarded points i guess

- Rancy
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